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City Club Apartments breaks ground on new 23-story high-rise in Cleveland: What to expect inside

The building will feature 304 apartments and penthouses.

CLEVELAND — Construction is kicking off at the site of a new 23-story mixed-use building in downtown Cleveland as City Club Apartments held a groundbreaking ceremony Friday morning.

The new high-rise structure, which will be located at 776 Euclid Avenue, will feature "resort amenities and services" with 304 apartments and penthouses.

"The apartment hotel community will feature indoor and outdoor theaters and an entertainment Sky Club with a gourmet kitchen," officials said. "The heated rooftop pool and hot tub will be wrapped with sun loungers and cabanas. A Sky Park will include fire pits, grilling stations, game areas, lounge seating, and a Bark Park and Zen Garden. A 24/7 whole body fitness center, multi-function yoga room, sauna and wellness room will also be integrated into the community."

But that's not all...

"City Club Apartments boutique hotel style-lobby lounge library will include dynamic seating and a cafe with direct lobby access to the restaurant and speakeasy. Overlooking the lobby is a mezzanine business center, conference room and indoor theatre. The new building will include the latest and fastest connectivity technologies throughout. Activated with weekly social programming resident events, the community will provide personalized hospitality and 24/7 time saving concierge services."    

The units will have 22 unique floor plans with four distinct finishes complete with granite countertops, custom closets, plank flooring, bay windows, terraces, "sexy bathrooms" and balconies.

We streamed Friday's event, which you can watch in full below:

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“With City Club’s Apartment Hotel concept residents are able to choose between short and long-term furnished and long-term unfurnished apartments,” officials said in a press release.


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